INVERNESS-BASED West Fraser has donated 100 SterlingOSB Zero boards to help transform Aviemore Ice Rink into an events space for families to enjoy during the summer.
The Aviemore Ice Rink team will use the boards to help cover the ice rink and protect it from the warmer weather.
The boards were also used to support the recent Cairngorms Cycle Festival, which aimed to encourage families in the community to safely enjoy biking on the off-road trails in the area.
Amanda Clinton, Manager at Aviemore Ice Rink, said: “Thanks to the kind team at West Fraser, we are now able to create a fantastic space for families to relax and enjoy over the summer break. We’re also looking to try and set up an off-ice curling lane to attract more people to enjoy ice-themed activities outdoors.
“Our community charity team are hugely excited to be able to continue using the boards for future events and occasions, so we know this donation will go the extra mile to help the local community as well.”
Stuart Hendry, General Manager at West Fraser’s Inverness mill, added: “We are always happy to support the local community, so we were thrilled to be able to provide our SterlingOSB Zero boards to the team at the Aviemore Ice Rink.
“By working closely with the team at the site, we were able to provide a perfect solution that can be easily placed and removed from the Ice Rink, to be used as an easy to place and remove surface that could create the perfect event space.”
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